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Marrakesh to Fes Desert Tour 4 Days

Merzouga, Morocco

Marrakech - Fes

Morocco Desert Tours From Marrakesh

$160.00

  • The Imperial Cities and the Sahara Desert Tour2
  • The Imperial Cities and the Sahara Desert Tour2

Marrakech to Fes Desert Tour 4 Days Overview:

This is not only our favourite Sahara desert tour from Marrakech, but our most popular. There is something for everyone in this tour – architectural, historical and geological treasures, and of course, the unrelenting desert. The panoramic views of the High Atlas Mountains are breathtaking. Travellers delight in walking through Aït Ben Haddou and the Kasbahs on the road of 1000 Kasbahs. You will enter another world that can only be experienced on foot. You will admire the rock formations at Dades Gorge and Todra Gorge, as well as the rich fossil treasures at Erfoud. The miles of blooming roses in the Valley of the Roses will not only enchant but inspire you. Once you enter Merzouga and camel trek into the desert, you will enter the land of a harsh mistress, who is able to captivate you with her rolling, golden sand dunes. We will bid farewell to you in Fez.

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08:00am pickup from hotel/riad or any location in Marrakesh. Drive through the High Atlas Mountains and pass by Berber villages along the way, with the opportunity to stop for breakfast at a coffee shop with beautiful panoramic views of the mountains

Lunch at a traditional restaurant in Aït Ben Haddou (Berber: ⴰⵢⵜ ⵃⴰⴷⴷⵓ), a fortified village and a famous UNESCO world heritage site which is locally believed to have been established in 757 AD, whilst the adobe buildings date back to the 17th You are free to marvel at the stunning architecture and explore the city by yourself or with a local guide. Many films have used this backdrop for historical scenes and it is considered to be the film capital of Morocco. Some examples of films made in Aït Ben Haddou are: Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and Jesus of Nazareth. Drive to Ouarzazate with the opportunity to visit film studios, Kasbahs and walk amongst the palm groves. Spend the night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.

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08:00am pickup from hotel/riad or any location in Marrakesh.Drive through the High Atlas Mountains and pass by Berber villages along the way, with the opportunity to stop for breakfast at a coffee shop with beautiful panoramic views of the mountains

Lunch at a traditional restaurant in Aït Ben Haddou (Berber: ⴰⵢⵜ ⵃⴰⴷⴷⵓ), a fortified village and a famous UNESCO world heritage site which is locally believed to have been established in 757 AD, whilst the adobe buildings date back to the 17th You are free to marvel at the stunning architecture and explore the city by yourself or with a local guide. Many films have used this backdrop for historical scenes and it is considered to be the film capital of Morocco. Some examples of films made in Aït Ben Haddou are: Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and Jesus of Nazareth.
Drive to Ouarzazate with the opportunity to visit film studios, Kasbahs and walk amongst the palm groves.
Spend the night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.

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08:00am pickup from hotel/riad or any location in Marrakesh. Drive through the High Atlas Mountains and pass by Berber villages along the way, with the opportunity to stop for breakfast at a coffee shop with beautiful panoramic views of the mountains.

Lunch at a traditional restaurant in Aït Ben Haddou (Berber: ⴰⵢⵜ ⵃⴰⴷⴷⵓ), a fortified village and a famous UNESCO world heritage site which is locally believed to have been established in 757 AD, whilst the adobe buildings date back to the 17th You are free to marvel at the stunning architecture and explore the city by yourself or with a local guide. Many films have used this backdrop for historical scenes and it is considered to be the film capital of Morocco. Some examples of films made in Aït Ben Haddou are: Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and Jesus of Nazareth.
Drive to Ouarzazate with the opportunity to visit film studios, Kasbahs and walk amongst the palm groves.
Spend the night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.

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08:00am pickup from hotel/riad or any location in Marrakesh. Drive through the High Atlas Mountains and pass by Berber villages along the way, with the opportunity to stop for breakfast at a coffee shop with beautiful panoramic views of the mountains

Lunch at a traditional restaurant in Aït Ben Haddou (Berber: ⴰⵢⵜ ⵃⴰⴷⴷⵓ), a fortified village and a famous UNESCO world heritage site which is locally believed to have been established in 757 AD, whilst the adobe buildings date back to the 17th You are free to marvel at the stunning architecture and explore the city by yourself or with a local guide. Many films have used this backdrop for historical scenes and it is considered to be the film capital of Morocco. Some examples of films made in Aït Ben Haddou are: Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and Jesus of Nazareth.
Drive to Ouarzazate with the opportunity to visit film studios, Kasbahs and walk amongst the palm groves.
Spend the night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.

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